Our SuPeR Knee study, in partnership with HMRI and Ramsay Health Care, is once again tracking well with the study due to be complete in September 2022. For more information on [...]
In late April, the Swedish Embassy in Canberra, hosted "Sweden in Australia Healthcare Dialogue", bringing together representatives from the public sector and academia to explore current trends in healthcare and to discuss how innovation, research [...]
Professor Sarah Johnson & the team behind HunterWiSE win the University of Newcastle's Excellence Award for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. (Dec 11, 2019).
On the 13th of November, we hosted a delegation from the Rehabilitation Research Institute Singapore (RRIS). The purpose of this visit was to further develop and formalise our collaborative links in areas of common interest. Professor Michael Nilsson is Visiting Professor at the LKC School of Medicine in Singapore and during his visits to Singapore in recent time, the links with RRIS have deepened. Professor Sarah Johnson has also visited RRIS recently and hosted our guests at Faculty of Engineering in the morning.
Visiting Conjoint Associate Professor, Dr Thomas Linden will deliver a public talk entitled “Digitization and innovation in Swedish health care transformation - The e-health 2025 strategy” at NeW Space.
A new decision-making tool being developed in a $1.5 million research project at the University of Newcastle (UON) and Hunter Medical Research Institute is set to give patients better and more personalised rehabilitation interventions after knee replacement surgery.